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ripping a quiktime feed

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  1. lamo23

    lamo23 Member

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    I found this great resource of chemistry lectures on the internet. I love ripping college course lectures,
    but im kind of baffled about these videos...
    these are all quicktime videos, which always seem to give me trouble when i try to rip them.

    i can get a url for the files from quicktime, but when i paste them into streambox or nettransport for a rip, all i get is a tiny file which seems to "point" to the location of the video on the net. i cant actually seem to save the video itself.


    check it out:
    http://www.carleton.ca/~rburk/chem1000/
    its a cool resource of videos if anybody can figure out how to rip it.

    the first video has the following url associated with it:
    http://www.carleton.ca/~rburk/chem1000/streams/chem1000burkfpf03pointer.mov

    but this address doesnt seem to work with nettransport or streambox.
    Any help?
    ??
     
  2. Veblin

    Veblin Active member

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    rtsp://carleton-edc.playground.net/2003fall/chem1000/chem1000burkfpf03.mov

    There are no recorder programs that download RTSP Protocol Quicktime streams. You can use screen video capture software to capture the video and audio as it plays on your computer. A Internet connection that is fast enough to play the stream and a fairly fast computer to operate the capture software are required.

    http://pub25.ezboard.com/fstreemeboxvcrfrm7.showMessage?topicID=10.topic
     

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